Windu Kisworo left the Foundation in 2018.
Windu Kisworo was a key player in Indonesia’s justice sector reform movement since 1998, and led a civil society strengthening program that promotes access to justice, legal aid, court reform and counter-corruption. In prior Foundation programs, Kisworo also worked with various formal justice sector institutions, providing technical inputs to Indonesia’s Attorney General Office’s bureaucratic reform efforts, as well as to the initial development of the Supreme Court’s Blue Print for Reform 2010-2025.
Kisworo started his career with the Indonesia Center for Environmental Law, one of Indonesia’s leading civil society voices on justice sector reform. As ICEL’s Deputy Director from 2004-2006, in cooperation with the Supreme Court he oversaw training in Environmental Law and Enforcement for more than 1,500 judges, prosecutors, police, and NGO actors. Under his leadership, ICEL also offered him opportunities to participate in legal research related to key pieces of Indonesian legislation such Jurisprudence Guidelines for the Supreme Court, Indonesia’s Environmental Management Act, and the Freedom of Information Act.
Windu Kisworo has participated in international professional education programs and network on environmental law with the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide in Oregon, the Australian Center for Environmental Law, and the Center for International Environmental Law in Washington DC.
Education: Master’s degree in Law from the University of Melbourne (2007) and bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Indonesia (1998).